Number of hours: 33.50 Per Week
Are you looking for a new role where you`ll really make a difference to people`s lives?
We are looking for a dedicated Project Worker who are looking to work with vulnerable young adults within a housing setting in Grantham. We have over 50 years’ experience in helping change the lives of others and now we are looking for a member of staff in the Grantham area.
Our services in Grantham have bespoke working arrangements that support young people from the age of 16 who are homeless or are threatened with homelessness. The services are staffed on a 24 hour basis, 7 days per week and young people and young parents are supported on a needs led basis.
The purpose of these services are to transform the lives of Lincolnshire’s most vulnerable young people and our vision is to ensure every young person in our services are given the support they need to have a chance at a brighter future.
This is a waking night role working 4 shifts on, 4 shifts off. Start time 10:45pm – 8:15am. This role will include weekend duties.
A DBS check will be required for this role.
Successful candidates will need to drive and have access to their own vehicle.
Who are we
Nacro are a national social justice charity with more than 50 years’ experience of changing lives. Our impressive range of services across England and Wales cover education, housing, support and wellbeing, substance misuse treatment and the prevention of reoffending. We advise and speak out for and with disadvantaged young people and adults. We never give up.
What we offer
• 28 days of annual leave per year (accruing one additional day per year up to five days), pro rata for part-time employees
• Paid lunch breaks, pro rata for part time employees’
• Pension scheme and season ticket loan
• Training and professional development opportunities
• A friendly, supportive and dedicated working environment
If you’re keen to make a real difference at the same time as expanding your career prospects, we would be delighted to hear from you. You can read more about the ways in which Nacro’s work has changed lives here